Go stock up on canned goods and tell your family members you love them. The Apocalypse is near.
Various items that once belonged to Casey Anthony - the Florida woman found not guilty of killing her daughter - are now for sale on a website that describes itself as a destination for "murderabilia."
According to Eric Holler - the owner of SerialKillersInk(dot)net - the belongings up for auction were purchased at a garage sale run by Anthony's parents.
He is selling them for $800 per item.
"Of course I'm trying to profit, I'm running a business here," Holler told WESH-TV in Orlando, refusing to divulge how much he paid for the clothes and purses. "I'm not in the business of losing money."
Anthony was released from prison in 2011 and has kept a relatively low profile since.
She was acquitted that summer of murdering her infant child, Caylee, but found guilty of giving false information to law enforcement about the disappearance of her daughter, who vanished weeks before her third birthday.
Anthony eventually settled on the claim that Caylee drowned, accidentally, in her parents' swimming pool and that her father convinced her to cover up the passing.
"Casey Anthony is here!" screams Holler's website. "Own items from the infamous Anthony garage sale."